84w ago - Today Sony's Senior Director of Promotions Ginger Kraus has introduced the PlayStation Card for PlayStation Network gamers, which allows users to maximize their gameplay and PSN points-earning power.
To quote: We've been hard at work with our colleagues over at Capital One to create a credit card with rewards designed with PlayStation fans in mind.
That's why I'm excited to officially introduce the PlayStation Card to you today!
The PlayStation Card lets you earn points on all of your purchases, including 10X points on every purchase you make on PlayStation Network. That means you can earn 10X points on each of your game-related PSN purchases as well as PSN movie or TV episode purchases and rentals.
EVERY purchase you make using this card lets you rack up points you can redeem for PlayStation games, accessories, and PlayStation Network content - along with other great products from Sony.
In addition to earning 10X the points on all PSN purchases, cardholders will receive the following additional purchase rewards:
• 3X points on ALL PlayStation and Sony purchases at Sony stores and Sony.com • 3X points at quick service restaurants, at movie theaters, and on your mobile phone bill
109w ago - Today James Gallagher has shared a video and word that Capcom's Asuras Wrath currently points to a 2012 release on the PS3 entertainment system.
To quote: After seeing this trailer at Captivate, the hotel was rattling with chat of 'God Finger', 'Heavenly Point' and 'Space Cuticle'.
The game was actually Asura's Wrath and, with so many of the games on show such as Dragon's Dogma suggesting a shift towards more Western influences with new Capcom games, it had a distinctly Japanese feel along similar lines to the likes of God Hand.
However, while there's nothing new about an action game featuring gigantic Gods, there's one series that PlayStation fans are particularly familiar with, so I asked director Seiji Shimoda how far the similarities run...
First of all I'm honored for Asura's Wrath to be mentioned in the same breath as God of War - I have played it and it's an incredible game. Superficially, there are some resemblances but we're hoping that, as you see more of Asura's Wrath, you're going feel that it's something completely different; that it doesn't really compare with anything else in action gaming.
131w ago - As a follow-up to his previous article, today ps3mrenigma details PS3 Mount Points, FileSystems and Alejandro on his blog (linked above).
To quote, roughly translated: Following the publication in the day yesterday the source code indicating the SYSCALL used for the assembly system is no longer necessary for security, keep this information privately, and whether the information actually had not been published by my, despite claims to the contrary by many users, was to prevent misuse and attack the flash, anyway as I said in my last post we had in mind when it was polished release something new, everybody is free believe us or not, but it is.
For more information, an old post of mine: http://ps3mrenigma.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/a-quick-note-a...reversing-post/
As is the case, step assemblies are writing, how they work, and which are assembled and disassembled as explaining in turn the SYSCALL used in the process.
First of all understand that this post is a technical post, so that many users will serve you for nothing more than for your personal knowledge, which I think is worth more than any other program exists or can be made to root it.
205w ago - The price cut on the PSP devkit has already opened PSP development to more interested parties, but apparently that's not Sony's only approach to bringing in more devs to the handheld.
According to Develop (linked above), Sony is also cutting down on the time it takes for a game to pass the quality assurance process.
They're also abolishing concept approval and, perhaps best of all, they'll be instituting very low price points for new games.
As part of their bid to further propagate digital distribution especially for the PSP and the new PSP Go, Sony has already signed on over 50 developers working on new games and apps. More are also reportedly on the verge of joining.
One of the new devs working on content for the PSP platform is iPhone stalwart Subatomic Studios, who is currently preparing a PSP-exclusive version of its Fieldrunners tower defense game. India's Gameshastra and PlayStation Network vets Creat have also signed on.
To quote: "We're making games that are just 20MB each, that's less than a minute to download - instant gratification, snackable content," said Subatomic's Ash Monif. "This is an opportunity for the premier indie developers - and I hope we represent that group - to come in and offer content that will fit the PSP."
213w ago - After some recent rumors, the long wait is over, courtesy of Ulric is a little gift for the community, to quote:
Hi everyone at APB-Evolved, we just wanted to quickly say thanks for all your patience recently whilst we've been quietly pushing forward with the development of APB.
We know this can be frustrating for fans, so to show our appreciation we have decided to inform you guys that yes we WILL be at E3 this year and this will mark the start of lots more news, activities and information coming out about APB: All Points Bulletin.
Here is a brand new screenshot made especially for you guys to give you another look at the awesome character customizations that will make up a large part of APB.